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New Year Honours: Community figures in west London recognised for their work

The latest honours list contained many names of those living and working in west London

West London community heroes were honoured in the 2016 list

The Queen’s New Year Honours list has been announced and sees recognition for a number of people living and working in west London.

The array of gongs recognise the dedication and graft of many across a wide spectrum of society.

getwestlondon caught up with some of those who have extra cause to celebrate this New Year.

Noushabeh Pakpour-Samari (Ealing) - British Empire Medal for Services to Community

Dr Tracy Long (Ladbroke Grove) - CBE for services to Public and Private Sector Governance

Nigel Woolner (Bedford Park) - MBE for services to art and education

Fiona Alfred (W11) - OBE for services to women in the property and construction industry

Lorraine Bewes (Chelsea & Westminster NHS) - OBE for services to NHS Financial Management

Fay Edwards (Kensington & Chelsea) - BEM for Services to the Community

Sara Wheeler (Pimlico) - MBE for Services to the Community

David Bartram (Hounslow) - OBE for services to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Roy Croasdaile - (Brent) MBE for services to Law and Order

David Brown (London Fire Brigade) - Queen's Fire Service Medal

John Ayres (Hillingdon) - OBE for Services to education

Patrice Thomas (Kilburn) - MBE for Services to Children and Families

Others listed included volunteer at Kew Gardens, Sheila Jacqueline Mary Thompson. She was appointed MBE for voluntary service to Botanical Research, having her time to volunteering in Kew’s iconic Herbarium. She is among 600 volunteers and interns who give up a day or more of their time every week to help at the west London tourist attraction.

Marc Russell Owen, director of Border Force at Heathrow was appointed OBE for services to Border Security and Immigration Policy Development.

Sculptor Professor Phyllida Barlow was made a CBE for services to Art. The 71-year-old studied at the Chelsea College of Art from 1960-63 and is known for her large installation pieces. She currently lives and works in London.

Rebecca Bright was appointed an MBE for her services to App Development for People with Communication Difficulties. Ms Bright founded Acton-based company Therapy Box, which provides apps that cater to the needs of those who have communication difficulties. This included cerebral palsy, motor neurone disease, autism, brain injuries and other neurological and development disorders.

Professor Margaret Jane Dallman, an associate provost at Imperial College London, was awarded an OBE for her services to biosciences.

A Queen's Ambulance Service medal (QAM) was given to David Whitmore, a senior clinical Adviser at the London Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

Michael Smith, a former Constable at the Metropolitan police and founder of Word4Weapons, was appointed an MBE for services to the Reduction of Knife and Gun Crime. His organisation, set up in 2007, has seen over 11,000 weapons voluntarily handed in. There are now 25 established Word4Weapons programmes across Greater London, and its website states it is "doing something different to bring back the true value of life to a society that is becoming numb to violent crime".

Full list of Londoners in the New Year Honours 2016

KNIGHTS BACHELOR

Matthew Christopher Bourne, OBE. Choreographer. For services to Dance. (London)

Clive Cowdery. Philanthropist and Founder Resolution Foundation. For services to Children and Social Mobility. (London)

Lynton Keith Crosby. A.O. lately Campaign director, Conservative Party. For political service. (London)

Professor Paul James Curran. Vice-Chancellor City University London. For services to Higher Education. (London)

Dr Michael Graham Jacobs. Clinical Lead in Infectious Diseases Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the Prevention and Treatment of Infectious Diseases. (London)

Steve Lancashire. Founder and chief executive Officer REAch2, and Executive Headteacher, Hillyfield Primary Academy, London Borough of Waltham Forest. For services to Education. (Kent)

Martyn John Dudley Lewis, CBE. For services to the Voluntary and Charitable Sectors particularly the Hospice Movement. (London)

Harvey Andrew McGrath. For services to Economic Growth and Public Life. (London)

David Ronald Norgrove. Chair Low Pay Commission and Chair, Family Justice Board. For services to the Low Paid and the Family Justice System. (London)

Jack Petchey, CBE. For services to Young People in East London and Essex through the Jack Petchey Foundation. (London)

Alan Colin Drake Yarrow. Formerly Lord Mayor of London. For services to International Business Inclusion and the City of London. (London)

ORDER OF THE BATH

KCB

Robert Devereux. Permanent secretary Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Transport and Welfare and for voluntary service in Kilburn, London. (London)

CB

Ms Susan Jane Baldwin. Director Academies and Maintained Schools Group, Department for Education. For services to Education. (London)

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

DBE (DAME)

Professor Georgina Mace, CBE. Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems and director, Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, University College London. For services to Science. (London)

Ms Natalie Sara Massenet, MBE. Internet Entrepreneur and Founder, Net-A-Porter Group. For services to the Fashion and Retail Industries. (London)

Professor Henrietta Louise Moore, FBA. Director, Institute for Global Prosperity and Chair, Culture, Philosophy and Design, University College London. For services to Social Sciences. (London)

Ms Jane Elizabeth Ailwen (Sian) Phillips, CBE. Actress. For services to Drama. (London)

Miss Barbara Windsor, MBE. For services to charity and Entertainment. (London)

Professor Hilary Margaret Wykes. Vice-Dean of Psychology and Systems Sciences and Professor of Clinical Psychology and Rehabilitation King's College London. For services to Clinical Psychology.

CBE

Professor Phyllida Barlow. Sculptor. For services to Art. (London)

Conrad Bird. Director GREAT Britain Campaign. For services to UK Government Communications and Trade. (London)

Ms Wendy Joan Carlin. Professor of Economics University College London and Member, Expert Advisory Panel, Office for Budget Responsibility. For services to Economics and Public Finance. (Oxfordshire)

Zameer Mohammed Choudrey. For services to the UK Wholesale Industry and charity in the UK and Abroad. (London)

Samir Desai. Peer to Peer and Financial Inclusion Innovator. For services to Financial Services. (London)

Rowan Malcolm Douglas. Chief executive Officer Capital Science and Policy Practice, Willis Group. For services to the Economy through Risk, Insurance and Sustainable Growth. (London)

Simon Charles Dow. Group chief executive the Guinness Partnership. For services to Housing and Homeless People. (London)

Timothy James Dutton, QC. Barrister, Recorder and Deputy High Court Judge. For services to the UK Legal System. (London)

Paul Farmer. Chief executive Mind. For services to Mental Health. (London)

David Neil Jameson. Executive director Citizens UK. For services to Community Organising and Social Justice. (London)

David Joseph. Chair and chief executive Officer Universal Music UK and Ireland. For services to the UK Music Industry. (London)

Dr Tracy Elisabeth Long. Founder Boardroom Review Ltd. For services to Public and Private Sector Governance. (London)

Radu Lupu. Pianist. For services to Music. (London)

Mrs Annamarie Phelps. Chairman, British Rowing. For services to Rowing. (London)

Charles David Randell. External Member Prudential Regulation Authority and Non-Executive director, DECC. For services to Financial Stability and Climate Change Policy. (London)

Jill Ann Lady Shaw Ruddock. For philanthropic services to Older People. (London)

Ms Yasmin Sheikh, MBE. Co-founder, British Community Honours Awards. For services to Women and Social Integration. (London)

William Matthew Timothy Stephen Sieghart. For services to Public Libraries. (London)

Dr Nina Maria Skorupska. Chief executive Renewable Energy Association and Non-Executive director, WISE Campaign. For services to Renewables and Equality in the Energy Industry. (London)

Ms Imelda Mary Philomena Bernadette Staunton, OBE. Actress. For services to Drama. (London)

Dr Geraldine Mary Strathdee, OBE. National Clinical director for Mental Health, NHS England. For services to Mental Health. (London)

Hugh Osborn Thornbery. Chief executive Adoption UK. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Edward Victor. Founder Ed Victor Literary Agency. For services to Literature. (London)

OBE

Damon Albarn. Singer-Songwriter Composer, Musician and Producer. For services to Music. (London)

Mrs Fiona Margaret Alfred. Executive director, Association of Women in Property. For services to Women in the Property Industry. (London)

Edgar Robin Allies. Co-Founder Allies and Morrison. For services to Architecture. (London)

Giles Edward Charles Andrews. Peer to Peer and Financial Inclusion Innovator. For services to Financial Services. (London)

Ms Amanda Helen Ariss. Formerly chief executive Diversity and Equality Forum. For services to Equality. (London)

Clive Blackmore Barda. Photographer. For services to Photography. (London)

Miss Maree Lisette Barnett. Head of Emerging Infections Department of Health. For services to Public Health. (London)

David Derek Bartram. Assistant Headteacher Lampton School, Hounslow, London. For services to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. (Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire)

Ms Evelynne Ann Berger. Primary director Harris Federation and Lead Adviser, London Challenge, Department for Education, HM Inspector of Schools. For services to Education. (High Bickington, Devon)

Mrs Lorraine Bewes. Chief Financial Officer, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust. For services to NHS Financial Management. (London)

Dr Susan Elizabeth Black. Honorary Senior Research Associate in Computer Science University College London. For services to Technology.

John Cameron. Head of Helplines Child Protection Operations, NSPCC Helpline. For services to Child Protection. (London)

Ms Elaine Mary Colquhoun. Executive Principal Academy Trust, Walthamstow, London. For services to Education. (London)

Professor David Anthony Cowan. Professor of Pharmaceutical Toxicology and director Drug Control Centre, King's College London. For services to Anti-Doping Science. (Arkley, Hertfordshire)

Mark Edwin Crabtree. Grade 7 Ministry of Defence. For services to the Defence Asset Management Programme. (London)

Ms Rachael Helen Cummings. Senior Humanitarian Health Adviser Save the Children UK. For services to Emergency Health Crises Abroad. (London)

Professor Margaret Jane Dallman. Associate Provost (Academic Partnerships) Imperial College London. For services to Bioscience. (London)

James Trevor Dannatt. For services to Architecture and Architectural Education. (London)

Edward Philip Julian Davis. Adviser Department for International Development. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (London)

Ms Helen Dickinson. Chief executive British Retail Consortium. For services to the Retail Industry. (London)

Benjamin Donaldson. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Terence Thomas Robin Douglas. Chair of Trustees The Who Cares? Trust, London. For services to Children and Young People. (Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire)

Ms Tania Eagle. Programme director Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, London. For services to Policing. (Clapham, Bedfordshire)

Shaun Edgerley. Adviser CHASE Operations Team. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (London)

Professor William John Edmunds. Professor London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. For services to Infectious Disease Control particularly the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa.

Idris Elba. Actor. For services to Drama. (London)

David Philip Ereira. Chairman Insolvency Service and vice chairman of Trustees, Marie Curie. For services to the Insolvency Regime and to Charity. (London)

Ms (Betty) Ann Flintham. Magistrate and lately Deputy chief executive Magistrates' Association. For services to the Administration of Justice. (London)

Ms Katherine Foster. Senior Humanitarian Adviser Department for International Development. For services in to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. Alan William FRAME. head of Customer Management, HM Passport Office. For services to Public Administration. (London)

Piers Inigo Haggard. For services to Film Television and Theatre. (London)

Jeffrey Martin Hart. Formerly head Dangerous Goods Division, Department for Transport. For services to Transport. (London)

Ms Ann Hebden. Formerly Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Mrs Karen Henning. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Robert Holt. For services to Disabled and Disadvantaged People in the UK and Abroad. (London)

Ms Gay Huey Evans. Financial Services and Regulatory Expert. For services to Financial Services and Diversity. (London)

Councillor Peter Charles John. Leader Southwark Council. For political service and services to Local Government. (London)

Ms Ruth Kaufman. For services to Operational Research. (London)

Ms Rosaleen Clare Kerslake. Chief executive The Prince's Regeneration Trust. For services to British Heritage. (London)

Clive Allen Lawton. For services to the Jewish Community particularly through Limmud UK. (London)

Ms Paulette Long. For services to the Music Industry. (London)

Norman MacDonald, QGM. Formerly Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Roderick MacDonald. For services to Consultancy and Engineering. (London)

Dr Daniel Stuart Martin. Critical Care director Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the Prevention of Infectious Diseases. (London)

Malcolm Martineau. Pianist. For services to Music and Young Singers. (London)

Michael John May. Founder and chief executive Officer Blue Sky Development and Regeneration. For services to Ex-Offenders. (London)

Ms Michelle Mitchell. Chief executive Multiple Sclerosis Society. For services to Older People and the Voluntary Sector. (London)

Graham Morrison. Co-Founder Allies and Morrison. For services to Architecture. (London)

Kevin Leslie Murphy. Formerly Chair Excel London. For services to Business Tourism. (Canterbury, Kent)

Rajender Nayyar. Policy Adviser London, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to Tax Policy. (Middlesex)

Marc Russell Owen. Director Border Force, Heathrow. For services to Border Security and Immigration Policy Development. (London)

David Oyelowo. Actor. For services to Drama. (London)

Daniel Peltz. For philanthropic and charitable services. (London)

Mrs Susan Patricia Pettigrew. Director, St. Michael's Fellowship, London. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Mrs Prathibha Ramsingh. District Operations manager, Work Services Directorate, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Jobseekers and Employer Engagement in London. (Surrey)

Ms Helen Richards. District Adviser CHASE Operations Team, Kambia District Ebola Response Centre, Sierra Leone. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (London)

Dr Gillian Margaret Ring. Grade 6 Ministry of Defence. For services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa. (London)

Peter Michael Rogers, JP. Director of Operations and Quality, 4Children, and for services to Scouting. For services to Children and Families and voluntary service to Young People. (London)

Ms Sally Ann Sealey. Grade 7 Integration and Faith Directorate, Department for Communities and Local Government. For services to Interfaith Relations and Holocaust Remembrance. (London)

Ms Danielle Skelley. Director Asset Management, Transport for London. For services to Transport in the UK.

Charles Basil Tilley. Chief executive Officer Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. For services to the Economy. (London)

Councillor Katharine Tracey. Cabinet Member for Education and Children's Services Wandsworth Borough Council. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Ms Joanna Van Heyningen. For services to Architecture and the Built Environment. (London)

Cedric Philip Wake. Chief executive Nautical Institute. For services to the Maritime Industry. (London)

Miss Antonia Katharine Williams. Formerly Deputy head Policy Unit, Prime Minister's Office. For public service. (London)

Peter Bryan Gurmin Williams. For services to Poverty Reduction particularly through the Trust for London. (London)

Mrs Anita Zabludowicz. Philanthropist. For services to the Arts. (London)

MBE

Peter Robin Adams. Verderer Epping Forest. For voluntary services to the Conservation of Flora and Fauna in South West Essex and East London. (Loughton, Essex)

Miss Rula Al-Adasani. For charitable services. (London)

Mrs Barbara Mary Anderson. For services to Education. (London)

Jonathan Havelock Barden. For Humanitarian services to the Ebola Crisis Response in West Africa particularly through UK-Med. (London)

Mrs Maralyn Barton-Kronman. Head of Costume Workrooms, Royal Opera House. For services to the Performing Arts. (London)

Ms Rebecca Bright. Founder Therapy Box. For services to App Development for People with Communication Difficulties. (London)

David Barlow Buik. Financial Services Expert and Commentator. For services to Financial Services. (London)

Ms Jane Lee Burt. For voluntary service to Carers and Criminal Justice. (London)

Gregory Martin Cook. Polling Strategist Labour Party. For political service. (London)

Ronald Morton Crank. Formerly chief executive Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to the Business Community in London and the South East. (Hambledon, Hampshire)

Roy Croasdaile. Vice-chairman Independent Advisory Group, Metropolitan Police, Brent. For services to Law and Order in London. (London)

Peter Gregory Eversden. Chair London Forum of Amenity and Civic Societies. For services to Community Engagement in Planning for London. (London)

Carl Frampton. For services to Boxing. (London)

Ms Deborah Glover. Editor Primary Care Nursing Review. For services to Nursing and Nursing Journalism. (London)

Ms Rita Ann Gooch. International Liaison Officer National Crime Agency. For services to Law Enforcement. (London)

Mrs Rosalind Diane Elizabeth Gordon. Support Team manager, Economic and Domestic Affairs Secretariat, Cabinet Office. For services to Public Administration. (London)

Richard Paul Griffin. Director Institute of Vocational Learning and Workforce Research, Buckinghamshire New University. For services to Health and Care. (London)

Mrs Agnes Grunwald-Spier, JP. Trustee, the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust. For services to the Jewish Community and Holocaust Awareness. (London)

Andrew Graham Guy. Formerly chief executive Officer Ed's Easy Diner. For services to the Hospitality Industry and charity. (London)

Ms Marie Hanson. For services to Young People and to Survivors of Abuse in Wandsworth. (London)

Miss Ayesha Hazarika. Chief of Staff to the Deputy Leader Labour Party. For political service. (London)

Bradley Hemmings. Artistic director Greenwich and Docklands International Festival. For services to Culture and Disability Arts particularly in London. (London)

Mrs Elaine Hopkins. Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence. (London)

Brian Michael Hosier. For services to the Scout Association and the community in London. (Christchurch, Dorset)

Nigel Auriol Hughes. Vice chairman Victoria Business Improvement District. For services to the Business Community in London. (Surrey)

Christopher Hutton. Chief Financial Officer City of London Academies and Facilitator, Academy Finance Directors' Forum. For services to Education. (Hawkhurst, Kent)

Ms Alina Ibragimova. Violinist. For services to Music. (London)

Ms Doreen Anne Irving. Service Delivery manager Department of Facilities, House of Commons. For parliamentary services. (London)

Ms Elizabeth Claire Jamieson. Head of Student Dyslexia Services University College London. For services to Students with Dyslexia and Dyspraxia in UK Higher Education. (London)

Martin Dudley Johnson, JP. Councillor, Wandsworth Borough Council. For services to Local Government. (London)

John Michael Joseph. For services to Disadvantaged Young People and to People with Disabilities in the Jewish Community. (London)

Adrian Michael Koe. For voluntary service to Young People through the Downside Fisher Youth Club Bermondsey, London. (Barton, Cambridgeshire)

Ms Janet Margaret Leach. Head of Disabled Children's Services London Borough of Enfield. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs. (Middlesex)

Ms Alice Lester. Programme manager Planning Advisory Service. For services to Planning. (London)

Professor David Levin. Founder The Capital Hotel. For services to Hospitality and Youth Training. (London)

Ms Helen Marriage. Founder Artichoke. For services to the Arts and Outdoor Performance. (London)

Ms Carmel Bridget McConnell. Founder Magic Breakfast charity. For services to School Food. (London)

Miss Rekha Mehr. For services to Entrepreneurship and Enterprise. (London)

Ms Asha Odedra. Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy manager Operations Directorate, Crown Prosecution Service. For services to Law and Order. (London)

Mrs Annie Brenda Ollivierre-Smith. Cath Lab manager and Lead Cardiac Nurse, BMI The London Independent Hospital. For services to Cardiac Nursing. (London)

Ms Judith Ower. Founder and chief executive Officer Playmob. For services to Entrepreneurship. (London)

Justin James Packshaw. For services to Expeditions Youth Development and charity. (London)

Ms Susan Pollack. For services to Holocaust Education. (London)

Michael Pusey. Founder Peckham BMX Club. For services to Youth Sport in South London.

Ms Jaz Rabadia. Senior manager of Energy and Initiatives Starbucks and STEM Ambassador. For services to Sustainability in the Energy Management Sector and Diversity in the STEM Sector. (London)

Ms Afsheen Kabir Rashid. Founding director and chief Operating Officer Repowering London. For services to Renewable Energy Projects in Deprived London Communities. (London)

Mrs Edith Nellie Ethel Ray. Scout Leader and Classroom assistant, Alex Macleod School, Abbey Wood, London. For services to Education. (London)

Miss Caroline Elizabeth Roberts. Member Disciplinary Committee, Conservative Party. For political service. (London)

Mrs Lindsey Jane Rousseau. Founder and Facilitator, National Sensory Impairment Partnership. For services to Special Educational Needs. (London)

Ms Paula Kathleen Sansom. Formerly head of Operational Management Save the Children. For Humanitarian services to Emergency Healthcare Abroad. (London)

David Manuel Shalit. For services to the City of London Corporation and voluntary service to Older People in London. (London)

Michael Smith. Formerly Constable Metropolitan Police Service and Founder, Word4Weapons. For services to the Reduction of Knife and Gun Crime. (London)

Ms Samantha Jane Swinglehurst. Lead Nurse Specialist Practice, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. (London)

Ms Patrice Thomas. Foster Carer London Borough of Brent. For services to Children and Families. (London)

Mrs Sheila Jacqueline Mary Thompson. Volunteer, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. For voluntary service to Botanical Research. (London)

Dr Suresh Chandra Vasishtha. For services to the community in the London Borough of Redbridge. (Essex)

Ms Sara Catherine Wheeler. HR Business Adviser UKTI. For services to Government Administration and voluntary service to the community in South Westminster. (London)

Nigel Leonard Woolner. For services to the Arts and Education. (London)

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

Charles Frederick Andrews. For voluntary service to the Poppy Appeal in London. (Essex)

Roger James Godfray Bacon. Chairman SSAFA Bereaved Families Support Group. For voluntary service to Service Families. (London)

Maurice Charlesworth. Senior Volunteer Age UK Lambeth. For services to Older People in Lambeth, London. (London)

Mrs Lilly Ebert. For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness. (London)

Ms Fay Mary Edwards. Chair Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation. For services to the community in Kensington and Chelsea, London. (London)

Miss Ruth Mary Fagan. Policy Adviser Cycling Policy, Department for Transport. For services to Transport and to charity. (London)

Reverend Kwaku Frimpong-Manson. For services to the community in Tottenham London. (London)

Mrs Maureen Gould. Chair of Governors, Oak View School, Loughton. For services to Education. (London)

Alan Clive Hargreaves. Technical Services and Facilities manager Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Imperial College London. For services to Engineering Research. (Epsom, Surrey)

Jack Kagan. For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness. (London)

Mrs Agatha Kalisperas. For services to the Greek community in London. (London)

Fred Knoller. For services to Holocaust Education and Awareness. (London)

Sean McCarthy. For voluntary service to the Poppy Appeal in London. (Dartford, Kent)

Mrs Noushabeh Pakpour-Samari. For services to the Ladies' Creative Centre and the community in Ealing, London.

Ms Jane Pettigrew. For services to Tea Production and History. (London)

Gurdev Singh Rayat. For services to the community in Greenwich London. (London)

Mrs Rywka (Rene) Salt. For services to Holocaust Survivors, Education and Awareness. (London)

Mrs Hazel Elise Turay. For services to the community in Tulse Hill, London. (London)

Ms Natalie Wade. Founder and director Small Green Shoots. For services to the Creative Industries. (London)

Raymond Derek Wood. For services to the community in the London Borough of Redbridge. (Essex, IG1)

QUEEN'S POLICE MEDAL

Ian Christopher Dyson. Assistant commissioner City of London Police.

QUEEN'S FIRE SERVICE MEDAL

David Stanley Brown. Director of Operations Prevention and Response, London Fire Brigade.

QUEEN'S AMBULANCE SERVICE MEDAL

David Whitmore. Senior Clinical Adviser London Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

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